3PLUS1® Multilevel Plasma Calibrator Set Antiarrhythmic Drugs
3PLUS1® Multilevel Plasma Calibrator Set Antiarrhythmic Drugs, lyophilised
Related MassTox® TDM Series A Parameter Set: Antiarrhythmic Drugs in Serum/Plasma (92923)
These lyophilised calibrators from Chromsystems are based on human plasma and should be used according to the instruction manual. They are designed to calibrate the measurement method in clinical diagnostics for the quantitative determination of antiarrhythmic drugs in serum/plasma. While following the instructions the calibrators should be handled and measured in the same manner as a patient specimen.
These calibrators are only available as multilevel calibrator set with 3 different concentration levels plus 1 blank value.
|Content||4 x 1 ml (lyoph.)|
Please note: Concentration values shown here are typical. For lot specific concentration values please refer to the product insert supplied with the materials. The product inserts can also be requested from us directly or downloaded from our website after login.
NEW: An Excel file with the data from the product information leaflet is now available in the "Downloads" section (for registered customers only). This eliminates manual data entry of large data sets.
n.d. = not detected (< LOQ)
Stored below -18 °C and unopened, the lyophilised calibrators are stable until the expiry date specified on the vial labels. The reconstituted calibrators can be stored in glass containers up to 2 weeks light protected and tightly capped at +2 to +8 C. If the calibrators cannot be used within this period, they should be aliquoted and stored frozen below -18 °C (up to 3 months). For more details about storage conditions please check your instruction manual.
|Method of Analysis||LC-MS/MS|
|Parameter||Acebutolol, Ajmaline, Amiodarone, Aprindine, Atenolol, Bisoprolol, Debutyldronedarone, Desethylamiodarone, Diltiazem, Disopyramide, Dronedarone, Flecainide, Flunarizine, Gallopamil, Hydroquinidine, Lidocaine, Metoprolol, Mexiletine, Norverapamil, Propafenone, Propranolol, Quinidine, Sotalol, Tocainide, Verapamil|